Journalist expresses surprise that “modern and hip” minister has a differing opinion on the peace process.
The New York Times becomes a cheerleader for the Palestinian campaign to suspend Israel from FIFA, world soccer’s governing body.
Time Magazine fails to include any mention of a Palestinian rocket attack from Gaza that prompted retaliatory Israeli air strikes.
How clear does the BDS have to be about its true intentions before seemingly well-meaning people stop giving it the benefit of the doubt? A case in point is the recent article from Haaretz columnist Bradley Burston, who seems to genuinely want the BDS to come clean about its goals: What does BDS really want…
The Daily Telegraph portrays an IDF soldier imprisoned for breaking army regulations as a free speech martyr as a result of critical comments he made on TV.
HR’s Yarden Frankl on Voice of Israel. Today: Newsweek’s Green Line reversal, how you can help our BBC complaint, and what’s going on underground in Lebanon.
The State Department’s definition of anti-Semitism moved one step closer to widespread adoption this week as University of California President Janet Napolitano endorsed the definition. “I have my own personal view, and my personal view is that we should” accept the State Department’s definition, Napolitano told Boston Public Radio program Hear and Now. The issue,…
The BBC’s Editorial Complaints Unit releases its final correspondence concerning complaints made against Tim Willcox following his comments at a Paris rally.
Newsweek incorrectly states that the 1949 Green Line was created to “demarcate the Palestinian state.”
The New York Times doesn’t believe that Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas incites to violence, saying Israel only “claims” he does; and what happened to all those olive trees that CNN says were chopped down and “seized” by Israeli settlers?